Collection of several hundred characters for use with the fighting game engine MUGEN. Converted from chars041306.rar to allow use with IA's archive browsing functionality but otherwise unmodified. Browse the archive Topics: MUGEN, fighting games
In 1998, Jason Scott, a child of the quickly-fading Bulletin Board System (BBS) era in computer communication, checked the then-seemingly-infinite World Wide Web to see what it had to say and show about these single-line online services he had used since the early 1980s. Shocked to find that very little had made it online, he assembled his personal collection of textfiles, archives and memorabilia and began a site called TEXTFILES.COM, intending it to be a living museum of the early days of the... Topics: textfiles.com, bbs, bulletin board system, g-files, philes, hacking, phreaking, anarchy, messages,...
A couple of years ago I bought about 3,000 floppy disks from a guy in Los Angeles who once ran a PC shareware company. Many of the disks contained shareware downloads from various BBSes in that area, mostly from the late 80s to about 1994. Knowing their historical value, I copied the files off several hundred of these floppies for the sake of history before succumbing to fatigue.As far as I know this is all shareware or freeware, roughly organized into whatever BBS they downloaded it from.... Topics: DOS, Basic, PC, Shareware
The ASIMOV Apple II FTP Archive is the largest public repository of Apple II disk images and support materials related to the Apple family of home computers. Continually updated and loaded with thousands of disk images, this snapshot is provided as a quick reference for projects. This snapshot does not include the emulator or documentation subdirectories, which are separately available. To browse the collection, click here.
The Rhode Island Apple Group (RIAG) is the Ocean State's premier support organization for users of ALL Apple and Apple OS computers - Apple II, Apple III, Lisa, Macintosh, and all clones using Apple Operating System software are welcome here. We are a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing and disseminating information about the use of these wonderful machines with our friends and neighbors in southeastern New England. These files are a combination of scanned and bit-read images of Apple... Topics: RIAG, Rhode Island Apple Group, Floppies, Floppy Disks, Diskettes, Software, Apple II
.EDD files of Apple II 5.25-inch floppy disks created with "i'm fEDD up" program Program parameters: Last track: 22 Track step: 0.25 Guess format: no EDD card timebits: 2 Particularly interesting specimens: - "Jawbreaker" uses Spiradisc (spiral tracking) copy protection (requires precise synchronization between all tracks) - "Championship Lode Runner" uses quarter tracks - "Blazing Paddles" relies on synchronization between tracks 0-7 for copy protection... Topics: apple2, 8bit, retro, software, edd
Culled from the FTP site ftp.cvut.cz (which has now removed them), this collection consists of legacy DOS device drivers for a variety of peripherals, including CD-ROM drives, EPROMs, EISA, IDE, LAN, Motherboards, Mice, Modems, Printers and Scanners. To browse the collection click here.
The last data available from the Home of the Underdogs (formerly at www.the-underdogs.info), one of the largest abandonware websites on the Internet. No games are available in this data, only metadata from the site and various picture files. Files include: Master database (Excel, 14MB): Underdogs.xlsBox shots (some) (11MB): hotu-covers.rarGame manuals / other documents (some) (118 MB): hotu-docs.rarGamebooks (some) (84 MB): hotu-gamebooks.rarBlog Post about the filesGoogle Groups page about the... Topics: Videogame, Home of the Underdogs, HotU, Metadata, Abandonware
This archive is a collection of CP/M and other early system disks and software maintained by Don Maslin (1927-2004) and stored on his tape backups. Through the efforts of many different people including Al Kossow, Gene Buckle and others, the tapes were recovered and this zip file of the resulting software was created. To browse the archive online, click here.
The files in this archive are taken from the file section of The Cave BBS of Raleigh, NC, USA. From December 1992 to February 9th, 1998, I ran a one-node WWIV BBS in Raleigh, NC, USA called "The Cave BBS." At its height it had over 1000 users, although definitely not all were active at once. The BBS was members of FIITA net, SWIPEnet, and CaveNet WWIV message networks at one time or another. I started with the BBS software WWIV 4.21a and slowly upgraded to WWIV 4.24a over the years,...
Special thanks go to my partner in crime Masteru, my helper Zandro. Shaqfu, Vincent G for the original topic and many others I don't remember because this has been going so long. |Addendum| -MSX Metal Gear 2 - Solid Snake (MSX2) SD Snatcher (MSX2) -Famicom/NES Contra Deep Dungeon IV - Kuro no Youjutsushi [Deep Dungeon IV/Deep Dungeon IV - The Black Sorcerer] Final Fantasy II Minna no Taabou no Nakayoshi Daisakusen [Tabo's Tactics/Everybody's Tabo's Best Friends Great Tactics] Penguin-kun Wars... Topics: video games, translation patches
Credit goes to Zandro, Shaqfu, lmz and all thoese I forget. Description goes to the man Vincent of Gness Addendum\MSX Metal Gear 2 - Solid Snake (MSX2).zip SD Snatcher (MSX2).zip Addendum\NES Contra.zip Deep Dungeon IV - The Black Sorcerer.zip Final Fantasy II.zip Penguin Kun Wars.zip Sugoro Quest.zip Tabo's Tactics.zip Transformers - Mystery of Convoy.zip Wagyan Land 2.zip Addendum\SG1000 Black Onyx, The.rar Addendum\SNES Jerry Boy.zip Tenchi Muyo! - The Game.zip Terranigma 8x16.rar Dreamcast... Topics: video games, translation patches
From the MAME Forums: "Years ago we had a forum member named oNyX who used to go around to arcade auctions and California Extreme type events and take pictures of cabs for MAME use. He also collected pictures and info from ebay auctions around the time (2000-2003ish). It became several gigabytes and was shared through a couple of FTPs for certain groups. Eventually most of it went up on a MAMEfans website but not in a way where you could just download it all. I've tossed a few other things...
This is a collection of images Apple II floppy disks sent to Jason Scott in 2015. Using the ADT (Apple Disk Transfer) program, which utilizes a vintage Apple IIe and a floppy drive. Effort was taken to produce as accurate a read of the floppies as possible, resulting in .DSK files that contain the data from the floppies. (These are sector-based readings, and contain the directory structure and file information. If a disk has unusual or secret items, they may not have been grabbed). The... Topics: Apple II, Floppies
Collection of "Scene Notices", notices between various file-trading groups, insulting other groups, announcing changes in the group, or sending out general public service announcements. To browse the collection, click here.
This is a grab of all of the files from AOL's file libraries in the 7000-7099 range.Grab was done in September 2014.Below is a list of the file libraries included:Business LibraryExotic CarsGraffiti Board Download LibraryHealth, Phys. Ed, & Rec. LibraryHuman Sexuality LibraryLive at the Crazy Horse GiffsMarathon PhotosMcLaughlin SpeaksModern Rock Live GIFSModern Rock Live Sound BitesMultimedia ToolsNoisesPhysics_Astronomy LibraryPicturesPulp Fiction GIFSReuters GraphicsSlSmithsonian Exhibit... Topics: aol, archiveteam, aol files
A collection of various cracked or duplicated Apple II disks from the collection of the Glitch - transferred using early Apple Disk Transfer predecessor. Mostly .DSK format, with a number of dormant project files included.
The first version of PCBoard was released in 1983. Clark Development Company (CDC) pioneered the FILE ID.DIZ format as well as a powerful scripting language (PPL), which supported modifications and to a large degree replacement of most standard commands and processes. A compiled interpreter script written in PPL was called PPE (PCBoard Programming Executable). PPEs were generated by the PCBoard Programming Language Compiler (PPLC), which was an optional tool provided by Clark Development...
This is a grab of the AOL file libraries from xxxx-xx99.A listing of the file libraries is below:800-FLOWERS Product PhotosAntiques & Classics LibraryBig Bands_SwingBSC Photos & InformationClassical_SymphonyCountry Music Clips (A)Elle Main LibraryExamples and ImagesGeneral Uploading IIHighlander The Final DimensionMacromedia Info CenterMain Photo LibraryMilitary LibraryNellOn Computers Software LibraryOnline PublicationsRock 70s (A-C)Rock & Roll 80s (A-B)Science Lab_ Shuttle and... Topics: aol. archiveteam, aol files
This is a grab of the AOL file libraries from xxxx-xx99.A listing of the file libraries is below:Business WeekGraveyard Archives IImmortal BelovedLegends of the FallLittle WomenMacworld Transcript LibraryMED - HealthRecent Newrooms GuidesServer Apps Topics: aol. archiveteam, aol files
This is a grab of the AOL file libraries from 7200-7299.Problem files are listed in the text file included.A listing of the file libraries is below:ABC - Guest SouvenirsBest of MacworldBig Twin LibraryCD-ROMExpressNet Download LibraryGallery Party Photos ChatterlessHome Main LibraryIntelKitchen LibraryMacworld EducationMacworld EntertainmentMacworld Feature GraphicsMacworld FontsMacworld GraphicsMacworld NewtonMacworld New UploadsMacworld PowerBookMacworld SoundsMacworld... Topics: aol. archiveteam, aol files, aol protocol
This is a grab of all of the files from AOL's file libraries in the 7000-7100 range.Grab was done in September/October 2014.Below is a list of the file libraries included:AccessCalculatorConference ArchivesCurrent Caption-the-CartoonFolder ArchivesFood & WineFool Portfolio UpdatesIVI PublishingLottery & GamingMobile Office Exec. IntelligenceMultimedia Presenter LibraryPersonnel ManagersPIMs & Contact ManagersTribune Sports Graphics LibraryX-files holder Topics: aol, archiveteam, aol files